Year after year, professional athletes train to be the best at what they do. Day after day, they put in blood, sweat and tears in an effort to become number one. They aspire to one day stand on the top tier of the podium, proudly representing their country while holding their gold medal in front … Continue reading Falling at the final hurdle, transitioning to life after sport
Chris Mordue Chris Mordue is a counsellor and psychotherapist specialising in addiction, relationships and mood disorders. Chris talks to Rupert Guinness about how we can help people struggling with addiction by normalising the way we talk about our own mental health.
Rick Cotgreave Rupert spoke to athlete transition specialist Rick Cotgreave before the third Ashes Test at the WACA in Perth, where Australia secured a series win. Among many things, Rick reveals that he used to be England captain Joe Root’s school PE teacher. He provides some interesting insights into Root, from his controversial decision to … Continue reading Crossing the Line Radio, with athlete transition specialist Rick Cotgreave
“You are never going to find something that you’re as interested in as playing in front of 100,000 people on Saturday afternoon when the sun is shining. You are just not going to find that again.” I’m talking to Mike Pyke on a sunny Friday afternoon in Sydney. Not too long ago, such an afternoon … Continue reading Life after sport is a slow burn, not an overnight success